Miniature Book News #108: 2001 March Page: 5
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showing color photos and titles of
many of her productions.
-- Miniature books at the American
Antiquarian Society (Worcester,
-- Small format and miniature books
published in Lithuania.
-- Line of jewelry, pins that are
shaped like miniature books, with
original miniature stones inside.
-- Doll house miniatures.
-- Canadian site for miniature
-- Museum of miniature information
-- Creative writing for teens.
Feature aarticle by Diane Dobbs on
The above should give an idea of the
diversity of subject matter in the
hundreds of links to click on in the
Miniature Book website. We stopped
clicking our mouse after 74 pages of
items (which included a number of
2) MINIATURE BOOK SOCIETY
This site was updated on March 14.
The introductory page shows 6 textlinks
to click on:
The site begins with a short
paragraph about what the MBS is
and how you can join. As of
September 2000, MBS had 366
members in 17 countries.
Then you can click on to any one of
the above 6 links or scroll down
which will bring the same information
in sequence. Scrolling down brings
word about, among other things,
news about members, The Antique
Book Press with photos of some
items being sold, Bob Bradbury's
bibliography, other news of some
books being worked on, the MBS
Travelling Exhibition schedule, info
about Conclave XIX in Indianapolis
August 31st, a long list of some
publishers where one can click on for
more info, a list of MBS dealers,
words about collectors, some added
links for miniature book enthusiasts,
a link to the Berlin website, etc.
The website ends with a notation to
send any miniature book news to Pat
Baldwin, Webmistrix @
Angelika Jack, a MBS member from
Berlin, Germany, is the very active
secretary and point person for
Berlin's very active miniature book
society. In fact, Germany seems to
be a most active country concerning
minibooks, with similar clubs in
Stuttgart and Leipzig, among other
cities, and at least two regular
publications in the field.
When you click on to the web site
with the address www.minibuchberlin.de,
you get an excellent
capsule, in German or English, of
what the Berlin club is all about,
together with updated information on
American and other European
activities. Anjelika Jack is the web
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Edison, Julian I. Miniature Book News #108: 2001 March, periodical, 2001; St. Louis, Missouri. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc9390/m1/5/: accessed September 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Rare Book and Texana Collections.